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10 European cities every traveller should visit at least once

From historic destinations to lavish cities, Europe is packed with awesome cities that every savvy traveller must visit. 

Europe is world famous for its rich heritage, fabulous culture and superb natural sights. However, we all know only major parts of Europe like England, Barcelona. 

But have you ever wondered why more than 100 million people visit Europe per year?

The only answer is tourism. Europe is the most beautiful continent in the world, and many UNESCO listed tourist places are there. 

If you are planning to visit Europe, then this article is helpful for you. In this article, we are going to discuss the ten best cities in Europe. 

So, without taking too much time, let’s have a glance at the ten European cities that you should visit at least once in your life:


  • London:


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London is the capital of England, and more than 15 million tourists visit London every year. In London, we get the planet’s best cultural attractions. 

Buckingham Palace is the place where the Royal British family lives in Britain, and it was built in 1837. Have you ever heard about the London Eye? London Eye is Europe’s largest observation wheel. You will require almost 30 minutes for the journey inside the London Eye. 

Royal Botanic Garden, which is located in Southwest London, is another great place that attracts tourists. If you are visiting London for the first time, then you will fall in love with this place.


  1. Oslo:

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Oslo, which is situated in Norway, is fully packed with museums, galleries, theatres, etc.

Without visiting the Viking Ship Museum, your trip to the Oslo will be incomplete. In the Viking Ship Museum, you will see all the incredible ships like Tune, Gokstad and Oseberg.

Munch Museum is the world-class museum in Norway, which is named after the painter, Edward Munch. This museum contains painting, drawings and around 28,000 collections of art. Aker Brygge is the heart of the city, and people visit Aker Brygge to see its stunning architecture. 

Inside the Oslo, local people love to play so; you will find many new exciting local games. 


  1. Madrid:

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The next tourist destination in our list is Madrid.

In Madrid, the Buen Retiro Park is one of the incredible places to visit. 

Puerta del Sol has been the most visited tourist destinations in Madrid. People in the Madrid often called it the “Kilometre Zero Point”.

Do you know about the Joaquin Sorolla? Joaquin was the renowned Spanish Artist, and the Museo Sorolla is dedicated to her artwork and paintings. 


  1. Manchester:

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Manchester is a metropolitan city and the centre of entertainment, art and sports.

If you want to explore the entire Manchester, then start with the Castlefield. Castlefield is the heritage park, and it was constructed in 1761. 

For those of you who are die-hard fans of the football must visit the National Football Museum. There you will see all the trophies won by Manchester City and Manchester United. 

Chinatown is the home of Europe’s greatest Chinese community where you will get all types of Chinese recipes. The famous Manchester University is also located in the city. 


  1. Budapest:

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Budapest is the “Paris of the East” and the capital of Hungary. 

Margaret Island is Budapest’s famous tourist attraction. It is 503 meters wide and 2.4 kilometres long. Inside the Margaret Island, you can witness historical monuments and different gardens. 

Parliament building, Fisherman’s Bastion and Buda castle are other vital places in the Budapest. 

Where to stay in the Budapest?

In the city, you will find both budgets as well as luxury hotels. The transportation facilities are available easily in the Budapest so that you can travel from one part of the city to another without any hassle. 

There are several airlines which travel from the US to Budapest, but Air Canada provides the best in-flight services at affordable rates. Make sure that you follow all the Air Canada Reservations rules and regulations so that you don’t face any issues while booking the flights.

To book your flight tickets at the best possible rates, you may look out for Faremart. It is an online platform offering convenient air ticket booking services globally. Also, you may be able to find comparatively Cheap Flights at this platform. 


  1. Brussels:

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Brussels is one of the most historic cities in entire Europe. 

Do you want to know the most surreal sight in Brussels?

Then, you must visit Atomium, which is a building that represents a single molecule of iron. People interested in the Science visit this unique destination to know all things about the iron molecule. 

Belgium Fine Museum of Royal Arts is another giant destination in Brussels. 

Coudenberg Palace has been dug to find the cellars and tunnels of the former palace of Brussels. 


  1. Berlin:

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Berlin offers an eclectic mix of the old and new cultures as well provides a tremendous amount of entertainment. 

Brandenburg Gate is the historic landmark, and it is considered as the symbol of peace and unity.  The Nikolai Quarter is the place where you will find all the old places in Berlin city. 

In Berlin, the atmosphere is very cold, and usually, people visit it in the Summer to enjoy their trip at best. 

Along with historical places, you will see many park and playgrounds in the city.

Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is the unique church in the city, which is 63 meters long and was designed around 1961. 


  1. Dublin:

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Dublin is the place where we see the World-Famous Trinity college. Starting your Dublin tour with the Trinity college is beneficial for you. 

It is the oldest university in Ireland and was built around 1952. The college remains open from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 5 PM. On Sunday, the timing of the college is quite different. 

Phoenix Park occupies around 1,750 meters land and hundreds of deer roam around this park. 

In Dublin, there are some places which are free for tourists while some destinations require entry free to explore them. 


  1. Florence:

It would take more than a week to visit Florence. Though it is a small city, it has many tourist attractions. You will find almost a dozen churches in the town.

Whether you are interested in arts or not, a visit to Uffizi palace is always worth. The quality and the quantity of the art collections in the Uffizi palace is amazing. 

Every day thousands of people visit the Santa Croce. Local people considered it as the most magnificent church.

Despite the above two places, you may like to visit Palazzo Pitti, Santa Maria Novella, San Miniato al Monte and Bargello Palace National Museum.

  1. Barcelona:

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Barcelona offers tourist breath-taking views and a vibrant culture. The local people always treat tourist in a respected manner, and you will love to visit this stunning city. 

Casa Mila is the UNESCO site and known for its unique structure.

If you wanted to experience the real, local life then, spend 1 or 3 hours near La Rambia. La Rambia divides Barcelona into two parts, and it has been one of the exciting places to visit in Barcelona. 

Final Words

Europe is a fascinating place to visit, and in this article, we have listed the top 10 destinations in Europe. We hope that you will visit at least two or three of these destinations in the upcoming years.

Visiting Europe is quite costly, but worth the money. So, we highly recommend you to enjoy your Europe journey in the best way. 

All you need to do is book your flight tickets, and make your backpack ready for the trip. 


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